|rachMiel - Vortex Engine [NTT065] - rachMiel|
Vortex Engine is a set of 10 works of complex post-IDM that explores musical extremes: sparse/dense, random/ordered, dissonant/consonant, melodic/noise-driven, chaotic/grooved, ridiculous/sublime. The sensibility of post-Webernian Euro avant garde (Stockhausen, Xenakis, Boulez, et al) enfolded into the world of electronica. Vortex Engine is not easy-listening music. It is challenging, boundary-pushing, even at times disturbing...
Keywords: rachMiel; Vortex Engine; grooved; electronica; sound design; dsp; Reaktor; abstract; ambient; dark; sci-fi; surreal
|Sefer Ḳarne or - Kumin, Rachmiel|
|Ṭrayers [microform] : In tzway bilder - Feldman, Rachmiel|
Plays and short stories;In Yiddish;Microfilm
Keywords: Yiddish Drama
|Management of obstructive sleep apnea in pediatric craniofacial anomalies. (Volume 2) - Rachmiel, Adi|
This article is from Annals of Maxillofacial Surgery, volume 2.AbstractIntroduction:: Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is often associated with congenital craniofacial malformations such as Pierre-Robin Syndrome, Hemifacial Microsomia, Treacher Collins Syndrome resulting in decreased pharyngeal airway, which, in severe cases, leads to tracheostomy dependence. Some pediatric patients had tracheostomies done and others with severe respiratory distress were considered tracheostomy candidates...
|Treatment of maxillary cleft palate: Distraction osteogenesis vs. orthognathic surgery. (Volume 2) - Rachmiel, Adi|
This article is from Annals of Maxillofacial Surgery, volume 2.AbstractPurpose:: The purpose of this paper is to compare the treatment of hypoplastic, retruded maxillary cleft palate using distraction osteogenesis vs. orthognathic surgery in terms of stability and relapse, growth after distraction and soft tissue profile changes. Materials and Methods:: The cleft patients showed anteroposterior maxillary hypoplasia with class III malocclusion and negative overjet resulting in a concave profile a...
|The Future in Craniofacial Surgery: Computer-Assisted Planning. (Volume 3) - Schendel, Stephen A.|
This article is from Rambam Maimonides Medical Journal, volume 3.AbstractAdvancements in computers, prototyping, and imaging, especially over the last 10 years, have permitted the adoption of three-dimensional imaging protocols in the health care field. In this article, the authors present an integrated simulation system for craniofacial surgical planning and treatment. Image fusion technology, which involves combining different imaging modalities, was utilized to create a realistic prototype an...